This bank isn't to fall into the hands of the American Army. He was a blonde, dour-looking man with a scarred face. When the Americans who were after the gold attacked, the commander ducked down inside his tank and pursued them. Eventually, the Tiger tank returned to the bank following the destruction of the other two tanks, where it remained, threateningly firing off rounds in all directions. Attempting to figure out what to do, Crapgame suggested to Kelly and Big Joe to make a deal with the German commander. Kelly, Big Joe and Oddball approached the tank, and the commander emerged. Initially, Big Joe tried to tell him to leave, because of the impending arrival of General Colt's army.
German Tank Commander
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Just a quickie: with all the excellent WW2 era addons coming out, would anyone be interested in doing a Kelly's Heroes campaign, or series of missions? In particular, I'd love to see the showdown between the Sherman with the "paint rounds" and the Panzer If anyone is interested in doing this, I'd be happy to lend any spare time I could to the project
Has to be one of the best war films of all time. So here is a challenge — how many of these quotes can you remember??? And how many can you get into a conversation today………. Nobody said nothing about locking horns with no Tigers. Crapgame: Hey, Oddball, this is your hour of glory. Oddball: To a New Yorker like you, a hero is some type of weird sandwich, not some nut who takes on three Tigers. Oddball: Definitely an antisocial type.
Kelly's Heroes is a American war film , directed by Brian G. The screenplay was written by British film and television writer Troy Kennedy Martin. During a thunderstorm in early September , units of the 35th Infantry Division are nearing the French town of Nancy. One of the division's mechanized reconnaissance platoons is ordered to hold their position when the Germans counterattack. The outnumbered platoon also receives friendly fire from their own mortars. Private Kelly Clint Eastwood , a former lieutenant scapegoated for a failed infantry assault, captures Colonel Dankhopf of Wehrmacht Intelligence. Interrogating his prisoner, Kelly notices the officer's briefcase has several gold bars disguised under lead plating. When their position is overrun and the Americans pull back, a Tiger I kills Dankhopf.